Blue Cat’s Axiom, Late Replies, Patchwork & MB-7 Mixer plug-ins all come bundled with a long list of built-in effects, including this unique Reverb plugin. Learn more about its settings, how they influence the sound of the produced reverberation, and get started with some good basic settings for different uses.
In case you have missed them, here are a couple of videos made by guitar players who tried the Axiom amp simulation and multi-effects processor and liked it.
Watch out! Great tones and guitar licks in here!
In this video, Ola focuses on how he would use Axiom as a standalone application for his own live rig, loading his favorite third party plug-ins and controlling the whole thing with a MIDI pedal board.
Have you ever dreamed playing your electric guitar with a genuine acoustic guitar sound like this?
In this tutorial we are going to create an monster acoustic guitar simulation preset using a simple coil neck pickup as input and 2 independent Re-Guitar setups, using only Axiom‘s internal Amps and FX (free preset download included), check it out! Continue reading
The ambient guitar style heavily relies on effects: volume swells, delays, shimmer reverbs, drones…
There’s never enough plug-ins or pedals to discover new tones and expand your horizons, because tone is a great source of inspiration!
Check out these ambient guitar video examples, and see if you get inspired too!
An Ambient Guitar Tutorial for Axiom, by Chords of Orion
See what happens when Chords of Orion discovers Blue Cat’s Axiom…
Here is one more video showing off the hollow body and pickup simulation capabilities of the upcoming Re-Guitar plug-in within Axiom:
While Blue Cat”s Re-Guitar is being finalized in the lab, we have recorded a few videos to give you an idea of what it can do… Enjoy!
Transform your bright and funky single coils into powerful modern humbuckers.
With a bit of hollow body simulation and a classic humbucker, meet the Jazzocaster! Continue reading
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